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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 15 April 1880

f I i t i MILAN EXCHANGE THURSDAY. APRIL 15. 1SS0. HAILKOAt TlXe T1BLIX VklHI.(.laiiSirOrlMM R. K. Initi bw Xilaa m fellow en aa4 aflnr M. 17. 16. riUIMU TtllXa. M V. 1, Bona, 'l a. 2. avatfa. " It. " . 1. ftwrtfc. learea at 0:.S u 5S pis liUO m l'J-lA.ai Tim aliat Sneaa minitMl'iHf (kiu town lw. J C. LOFtZ, Agrnt, Milan. J . M AXN. dapt. Jaek. Ttna. F.CHijnLEU, U. H.il. A..NewOriani. . J. KUUSi.tf. T. A ...Saw rUri lwalavlllr ) villa aw. . U St. taauna Uare Vilas as foiitwa aa aad altar Jaa. in, low. raiicKa raa. . I. eaath, UaM at 12 JS aa IS: am (ta Hambaldtl- SiOSam 11 Warn I:'. am A- W. LOViXG. Agent. C. P. ATMORE, mam. V. A t. Jl JH O. F. CANTWELL, Laeat itakal Aa't- JTJTO USCEMEXTS. To Cai4ala. ThefaUawiag ara aar riaai far uihmmi aaidate Ur eae Ciu it ?. rarCaacrMH, (10 SO far tba Lagialatara. W OS 'u('Mit;UI-M. ltd AilBVOB tOCITZ. For TratlM. BB.KMIOCSS.-Wa araaatkariaa ta aa aaancaJ. W. rKkhaaaa a aaaeidata far 'i rattva of iboan eoaair. IT'LL Wa ara a'alkariiad la aaaaaaa...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 15 April 1880

a SAD BATH EVESISG. Th" fair, iiin-wovpn veil of llirht, Ttint con-ern f rom earth the infinite, Wittilr.iw ieyoiii the iriowinir west; Jt li'iir;n iiifht the hills' low crest. Anil pun- m l calm, nerenely hlirh, rJ he 8UL1 moon climbs the eastern iky. Kirth foM her binl upon her breast With hciv. iivrtnl fi:- of pevieful rest; A f r h m ti.r w irdiots prayer Thriii .'ii tbe rapt r.il-ni i if the air. Ami o'er tior t-nlt, (n wu9 rvply, "J'Ue uoUrown di-ptb of atarry tky. , Aniiilthoe lify pjtln of (rre?n There lin-athe h prwenee ail unneen. Like th it which walkel the asirden wayi At eviniur time in Kd"n dnj's; Anl in the twlliirht, huhcl ami dim. My heart in irlwine rp-niis with Him. - Slmnif D. liottlfim, 111 CVncu Adwnve. SunJay-Srhool Lessons. HJXOSD grAHTKR. 1 1 The Invitation of Christ . Matt. 11 lb The Wheat and Tares. .. M:it. iri:2-3a. Apr. Apr. Apr. 20-30 37-43 : 1 11 Sr C'onfeisltin anil Cross-lienrin. M att. l Mnv Mh' MaV Mnv May Jut. i JllMi lun Jillii 2 The Tninhirinri...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 15 April 1880

L 1 1 si Jat I . 4 IS,. r tit J. j-v : i. i. i ju l M ht v K r y . l! f i ; ! i i, TO CORRESPONDENTS. ATI eomimrtiicatinns lor this paper should b acconipi-d ly tlie name of thu author, ool necofarily lor public ation, but as evidence 01 pood laiili on t lie part of the writer. Write only on one side of the paper, lie particularly cari fill In driving names and dales, to buve ail letters or figure plain and distinct. A Priiitin? (hike In an Ojslor Can. "How many of the Kentucky eilitors that copy the ;xecilf!it matter from the Little IiH-k diizctte know that il author is the same dctermiiieil individual who, ft few years edited the Soottvilh; Argus a jiajwr that looked as if it were set up in shinle-nails nml jirinted on a che-e-pr.-..,?'- Franklin (Kif.) Lotl. The Seoltville Argus! The name brings up a .sih sui'.tivc of a sjilit bel !ow.s. How that j)ajer was reverenced; how Ixiys on the ireet jeri.-teJ in call ing it "the Ilotville Scirgus. It was a jiowerftd hhijet, and it requir...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 15 April 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE THURSDAY. APRIL 15, 1880' Joe Parson'i Adventure. Philadelphia Tin. Joe Parsons was a Baltimore boy, and a little rough, but witbal a good hearted fellow and a brave soldier, lie got badlj wounded at Antietam, and thus laconically described the oc currence and what followed, to some people ho vit-ited the hwpit&l: "What is your name?'' "Joe Parson." "What is the matter?' "Mind as a bat, air; both eyes shot cut" "At what battle?" "Antietam." "How did it happen?" "I was hit and knocked down, and nad to lie all night on the battle field. The fight was renewed the next day, ami I was under fire. I could stand the pnin, but could not see. I wanted to nee to get out of the fire. I waited and listened, anil presently heard a luau groan near me. " 'Hello, eayg I. " 'Hello yourself,' says he. " 'Who be jou,' fays I " 'Who be you,' says he. " 'A Yankee,' says I. ' 'Well, I'm a Reb,' pays he. " "What's the matter;' says I. " 'My leg's smashed,' says he. " 'Can you walk,' say...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 22 April 1880

I Ja t . k tita J.I r V 1'. Is 1 Ju : Ki J J'. ; I i. MILAN EXCHANGE WIDE Jk RRnOKil, editor anal Propritur. KI KK BIPTIOX RATIJ. T Julian ft year; cue dollar forsii monthr: r.y cviA fur three months, lrti:iLT ix ab- Kutcrod at tl.e putt ofSee t Milin, Tenn., a MrouJ cia rustler. FINE JEWELRY! QUICK SALES AND SMALL PROFITS. J W mU respectfully call the attruti.a of or patrons mil tbe publie t my Urge Dew stock of SUCH AS CauM, Ctiral, Black Onyx and Gold Sets, Diamonds, American and Foreign Watches, Cameo and Amethyst Rings, Chains, Lockets, Society Badges, Solid .Silver and best plated ware, Clocks, Fancy Goods, Aad a gre Many ether articles rener.illy fwendina first-ctRss Jewelry Kr. afcicb baring . .eugat at g-ea:iy reduced pri -e. 1 offer al tower rtcH than found elsewhere. an.: will du fllaat. aur d(trn price. To rnuvinee yourself please give a cn 1 1 und examine good? and price. Erarjr artiel is warrantr.) a re; rneiltd, or the money .efunded. 0rnri fr.ia a dit'i filled with p...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 22 April 1880

1 MILAN EXCHANGE YtlDZ A JTBOOKS, Editor aa4 Proprietor. "MILAN, - - TENNESSEE. CURRENT TOriCS. TTHAT IS COHTQ OTS VI TES WOKIB. Ax effort is being made at St. Louis to turn the tide of colored immigrant now arriving from the South to nome other State than Kansa. The Rev. W. O. Lynch, Pre siding Elder tit the Wesleyau Methodist Church, of Topeka, recently visitodSt. Louis for this purpose, lie represented to the lo cal Belief Association that Kansas was al ready overrun with refugees, and com plained that the St. Louis Transportation Committee influenced them to go to Kansas try telling them that $1,000,000 had been subscribed by the people for their benefit, and that upon their arrival in Kansas they would be well taken care of. He further stated that he had good reason to believe that the Transportation Commit tee were influenced by money received from tcamboat companies. An investigation of the charges was promptly made, which resulted in the removal of the Com mittee named, and ...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 22 April 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE. WADE EKOOKS, Edit on aad Proprietors. MILAN, - - TENNESSEE. THE tCX AXDTJTE DEW-DROP. Serrae wma the aight, and the meon in ber beauty fcail'd on thro' the depth of the star-etuddod ky; Kot a cnnnd, un the pUtDtire aish of the lepbyr. Which Msemed to my ear like some soft lul UV.y. lint in Tain did kind natnre lure me to slumber, Tho' i;k-n my covetlet downy my bed; Sleep, too' I toujht it, yet came not to soothe me. Or it:ll the wild throbbincs of heart and of head. I me from my conch of unrest and of sorrow; IVautenui the morning, surpassincly fair; Eat thu' nature was smiling, my heart was still heavy. For sad was the ruin which crief had wrought there. A dew-drop which shone in the beams of the ranmins. Attracted my eze with its clear, brilliant ray. As the onznt bun with still purer iutre en dowed it. As he rose frum the east on his luminous way. But anrvn. ere the snn had attained his meridian. That dew-drop so lovely had vanished away; And soared tuthe God whi...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 22 April 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE THURSDAY, APRIL 22, 1880 From the Memphis Appeal of yes terday we cpy the following iu re pird to the New York .State CoriTen veitin which met at Syracuse ou Tuesday. From the lights before u, it U our opiniou that the Ciiiciunati convention would do well to throw out both New York delegations, and have nothing to do with that etate until they can settle their own family troubles. The two Democratic conventions of Ntw York have met, transacted bus iness and adjourned. The leaders composing them and the citizens they represent are farther apart than ever. Tilden did not send the p-omised let ter; hs has not retired from ihe cau vass, he is still a caudidadate for the I'mideucy. He still prefers to feed his insatiable ambitiou at the expens of party unity and suoceas. He is determined to have his way, or prevent party triumph iu the cation at large, as he did last year in New York. This is to be deplored. We had hoped that where so many sensible and experienced men were...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 22 April 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE .' -"wj--.iviaj THURSDAY. 'A PHIL 22. 1880. hlrN;.Vl.I.alt 4c wrlaa K. It. Train 1-ji .hiu a fulluv no and itCtrx Jan. IT. Imo. N'. 1. Oi.rtk. tea mi luATun '., " " :;V .w o. foutu, " , m "S. t. " ... .lJ:(Vaiu Time about ifteen minute? flner than tuna time. J - f. L'I'KZ. Agent, Milan. J. O. MAXV, xp't. Jckon. Tcnn. rll.A.SKl.tll. i. t. 1. A.. New Orleans, ll. 11. loKKY.i. T. A.. Sew Orlean. Inltllle ah villv 4c !. &. R. R. Tiaiii. leave Milan as follows and alter Jtu. l risitti;i:i ;. ). 1. aou tka leaver I2:Vam So. .".. " " Vl-.'M pin .Nu.i, ' " ,t.. IV Hiatal Jl l Ur't") m 2. u..rih, " MiOaio Ko. (. " " 3:'.'5ain 'v. ti. " " i ..uiiu'it'iw i iu tu A. W. LoV iX. Agent. c. f. at von k. o. r. can twct,l ten. P. Jl 1 . Ll 1 icket Ac t- .WVO VXCllMEXTS. I n rxndlilntni. The f.illon inc are our i-rires fur announcin '-auuiriiitf-. ir vflir-e .Asu is ANrjr. Kor t'titiK"-". I'0 ' J or tlie '.cfti-lnUrc. 10 00 J or County Ofccei".. ' 5 00 .'IKX U VI V. Ir Tranter. 1 RH...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 22 April 1880

J Tconomical Iloj-Kal.sliig. Many farmers do not seem to be aware of the fact thnt the lio by nature is a gnizinj animal, and tiiat if turned out to shift fir hi:nv!f will thrive as well as any tiroestieaed aniranl, exwpt the gont. There an pood reasons for iujtiirinf hos as for pasturing cows, sheep, and 'Lor;. In truth a better argument may be mads out isi favor of soiling cow than there can in the ease of hogs. CJrtea food, s-.uhas clover and grass, is not only the cheapest but the iest food for a'nimals duritig warm veatlier. It trnils to keep them healthy, while it contains a sufficient amount of f.toli and fat forming sub-tan.-es to in jure a good growth. Hogs that have the run f a r'x.l clover p.iuire are mtuh less lia'-.le to sickness than tiiosr? that are j kept in riens or j aiil during the warm est portion1" of th; ye ir. A pasture .surrounded by a strong, tight fen.'c is s.cn?ial for keeping hogs that are to rely o:; gnen food during the Miinitjer se.ison. Tin V ea;not b...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 22 April 1880

TO CORRESPONDENTS. An communication tor tbUpaper should b ccompanied ly the name o( tli author, not lecH:irily lor publication, but as evidence of irood fijlli on the part of tlio writer. Write onl v on one side of the paper. lie particularly cire:. in (riving name, anil dates, to bar ail letters or fitfures plain and dimluct. school ad cntucii. There arc in New York City 278 Protestant churches of the various pcr su anions. Mr. Talmape aAs all his friends to contribute a dollar apiece for the pur pose of paying off the indebtedness on the Brooklyn Talk-made. December 2d has been fixed upon by the American Bible Society for the cele bration of the 500th anniversary of Wyck lific J3 translation of the Bible. The Southern Baptist Convention, representing nearly two-thirds of the Baptists in this country, will hold its an nual mating at Lexington, Ky., begin ning May 6. There are, it is Paid, 150,000 Ger man Protestants in Brazil, the majority of whm are Lutherans. They are very pmffly...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 22 April 1880

p -'. .r. MILAN EXCHANGE THURSDAY. AP1UL 22, 1S80 AHILLKKYrilO WOHliS M III- Said to Ural the l&Iicted by the Mere Toucli of his Hand. vVytkeville, Va., April 13. For some weeks pat the people of Scott county have been terribly ex cited over the miracles which arc al leged to have been performed by Richard Miller of that county. His name has extended all over this sec tion of the Slate, and hnntlreds of the afflicted are daily viiitiLg him. J.Iil ler is a middle agt-d man, euiplyed us the keeper of Mcllulliii'n mill, near Estillville. He is deeply religious, and claims to have' had a dream a month ago in which the idea was im pressed upon him that, with God's help, he could perforin wonderful cures simply through faith, lie .-ays that the next dny after the dream, af ter fervent prayer, he healed a sick man by touching him. The intelli gence of such a miracle went all over the countrj', and the rfilicted of all kinds came to him and w ere healed, it u said, by the simple touch o...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 29 April 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE WARE HOOK, Mltra Proprietor. nciMCBirTioa katea. l"w dollar a rw; ea dollar for til month; fir aata (ur tare aa.aiae. utiiiiiili i a- Kntorad at tit port effie at afUaa. Trai a 'ad riaa nittor. FINE JEWELRY! QUICK SALES AND T Weald imvMtrally ll the attention ofnr SCCH Cameo, Coral, Black Onyx and Gold Watches, Cameo ana Amethyst Kings, Chains, tickets, society Badge, Solid Silver and best plated ware, Clocks, Fancy Goods, Aad a groat many other article generally found Ma a frst-elas Jewelry Store, which having hen bughl at greatly rcdueed prioe. 1 oftw at jf rU than found elsewhere, and will du rhaatc any euir prie. To convince yourself pieaMgive a call aud examine rood, and price. Kvary article it warranted a represented, or Ordar. from a distance filled with ptoaiptae Kevaeriag ef eliScail waukaa aad Jewelry a Car. rll-ly PROFESSIOXA L CA 11 DS IF". M. JlcCALL, Attorney at Law. 21 i lan. Tenn. WVJ praecipe in ttib.on and a 'joining coua - j Vlj i . . i, ael ia the ...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 29 April 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE. TIDE BKOOKS, fdrton tad Proprietor. MILAN, ;- - TENNESSEE. CUimENT TOPICS. "WHAT 18 GOnfO OK 15 THE WOKLD. Barnettsville, in Morgan County, Mo., about one hundred miles due north of Marshficltl, was almost totally destroyed by the tornado of the ISth. Seven persons were killed and many Injured. Forsyth, in Taney County, Mo-, also euffered badly by the tornado, two persons Wing killed and others injured. The rava E of the storm were experienced in vari ous localities in nearly every county in the southwestern portion of the State. Tue Sanitary Commission of the Mis sissippi Valley recently met in Ft. Louis' and had an interesting session of two day. ' Dr. J. D. I'lunket, President of the State Board f Health of Tennessee, presided. The Council is made tip of members of Boards of Health from Uiffereut States, and the promotion of inter-State sanitation and prevention of . the cpread of epidemics are the objects for which it was established. The ollicers chosen for the ...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 29 April 1880

r. MILAN EXCHANGE. WX'.'h A BBOOKS, KdiKirtand ProyrMon. MILAX, - - TENNESSEE. PATCHWORK. My lady's hair ia nhite an milk. And dainty iaee in n'rrt it npnrad. Jju-e fin u any gpidr' web; D-r tirrnia pi the richest Uk, Hrr evea a-e tender, bright and bine, Aod he ait aewing all uay through. 13it aewine with a patience rare A cuahiun tiuti-d manifold; Of riclidit atino, cloth of gold. Aad flit velvet wondrou lain Of giancins and riub brnrade. In cunning and beauty laid. Trma arwinn all the l.ms day throngh, baeaiil. " I make my t:ry. dears A etury full of mll- and tar. Amber ad crimnun, white and blue. Bright ernR and pink and purple palo, Are bat the chapterd uf my tale. Thin dainty wjuare of rov hue 1 from the drH I wore that day Your father Utle my hartaway; Tliia lni with Hirer threaded thrnneh, Mv eidinff aniu What days divido 'ice widuw 1mm the haipy bride! Tni wible Tfivet. thi, thia. that. Are ixirtmnp of ainne apindid ret (Yuiir lather atill wan nohiy dreaa'd); Thi. oiri'le k...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 29 April 1880

S3 Aft Q r if i MILAN EXCHANGE . THURSDAY, APRIL 29, 1880 Got. ("Blue Jeans") Williams, of ndiana, took part in the opening ex ercises of the Nashville Centennial. Under the proper head will be found the announcement of Hon. C. B. Simonton, who is a candidate for re-election to Congress in this dis trict. He eubmits his claims to the peple of the District and will abide by the action of the Democratic con yention, as every true patriot should do at this juncture. The prwpect now is that there will be several in dependent candidates. If this is so, and the party does not rally to the nominee of the convention, there will be a chance for a Republican to slip in. Mr. Simonton has made an em cient representative, is a hard worker, and is in full sympathy with his party en all the great questions of the day. Should he receive the nomination, we will Bupport him with great pleasure. Let every Democrat remember that he is no disorganizer, but a true-blue Democrat and patriot. "We learn tha...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 29 April 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE THURSDAY. AHIIL 29. 1880. KAILKOAIS 1IIICAUI.1A. Trains lmv Milaa as fellows oa ui altar Jaa. 17. lasu. raaeareaa rait a a. N. I. aorta, rsavas at 10:t am Na.S. " " iittpin o. 2.toath. 12: m Jvo. 4. " ' 12: aw Tiine about fifteen minutes flower than towa time. i C. LOf fci. Agent, Alilaa. J. U. MANN.fap't. Jaeksoa. Tena. F. CHANDLER, 0. V. k T- A.. ew Orleans. 1). U. MOREi.G. T. A., New Orleans. .laville at Haetivtlle at t. S. K. R. Trains leave Milaa as follow! an and after Jan. 14, 1U. So. l.suath. leaves at .11:30 am l:lpm (tu Humboldt)-. 9:l"ani 11:30 am S:l'Sam (Attain saodat'ii) 6:W pu A.W.LOVIXG. Agent. 0. F. CANTWELL, Local Ticket Ag t- Ku. 21, north. " Jio.4. " Ko.a, " C. P. ATMORH, Uea. I'.kX. A XXO liyCEJlEXTS. Ta (.'nadidatea. Tae following are oar price for announcing candidates lar office Cash IX JBViNCK. Far Congruas, 10 M for the Lea-wlature. 10 00 l'r County Office. 5 00 For Caaajreaa. SIJIONTON. We are authoriaad 4o an nounce the Hon. Ches. II. Hiruo...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 29 April 1880

Women in Afcliuni-tdii. The Jnsf Afoflmn uiniii-n. esjiwiallv tho' whiw liii.sliarnL liavo rank or wt-alth, N 'tn-nu'ly ii-ttiivi,.!'. A short tiIitly-fiitin IhmI'i. of ;'!vimi IjIih or rriiii.vin silk confines tl;i- lnM, mid buttons -!is-h-uri to ttic timitif. Tin? bodicr is iriiiiiall v i-iiilirdi'li-rfil with goM. aivt th.li l lies so still and tin - yielding that U is virtually a eorset. In this cold wt;atli-r the siinrt amis ,f the fiari are onlimi- down t the wrist, and the vest i!seif is padded with wool for the Mflhe of warmHi. Trousers a la Turf', Ic.nvry liri,l flowing us Fatima's. and tijrii'.Iv fastened at the ankles, a broad iik kiiinmerluind of almost end- less length, willi the ends . disposed that they become skirts, dainty white sx-ks. ami a tiny slipjicr or (.lux-, pold embroidered mh Ii is the ii.door dress of a C'a!.ul.'e lady while roverinjr and Lidinp: all save feet andankles is the voluminous while em-incut drawn over the head and face, and falling to the heel...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 29 April 1880

tit FAR3I AND FIRESIDE. Tlie b-t place to keep intn J ed for liut-!iinr is to wrap th-mi in pajxr and put t!i!ii down in the cellar in a covered box or liket. Cocuuiut rie.-Tiike one cocoanut, ami p-r-.iU-; add the milk and two e, till tin' mixture is a thick as nu-tarJ pic. One nut uuikes two pios.' I':tr-.- ard manure arc con-iHered mom lmnful th:m .cful for rm-triiM'H. l'ot u-Ji should form a part of therai manin-p and nitrate of pota-!i U the ruo. valiiaMc. Paint tiii'in.'id" walls of a corn hwe with coal tar ami it will drive weevils from the eorn. It cnls but a few dollaiN a barn-1, a 'id a barrel will Ixst several years in hen houses and corn houses. . Grease on a carpet, if not of lon standing. i"in 1 ;e readily disposed of by washing the s-put with hot .soap-suds anil borax iialf mi ounce of borax to a gallon of water. l'-e a clean cloth to va.-h it with, ri.isoin warm w-ii.-r, and wijx'drv. Sp ton furniture', fpiin anything hot. or from alcohol, can be removed by nibbing h...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 29 April 1880

IF I 1 f J j ! ii MILAN EXCHANGE THURSDAY. APRIL 29, 1880. CARROLL ITEMS. Tram tha HuntineJosi Vindicator. EugenJ Hawkins received another fine shepherd dog last week, which will be ( laced with his sheep. This one came from Milan. Some of the McKenzie attorney are said to have a queer way of col lecting fees. When a client won't pay they administer a sound thrashing. It is not stated whether tbey consider ths account settled then or not. Mrs. Mary Johnson nioveJ with ber iam.lv from South Carolina to this state "in the year 1827, and died, April , 1880, aged 90 years, 3 mouths and 16 days. She was the mother of eleven children, eight of whom are yet alive. She leaves 120 grand-children and great-grandchildren. We tender eur condolence to the bereaved family.- The Democracy of Carroll county is requested to meet in the court house in the town of Huntingdon, on the first Monday in May, 1880, to appoint delegates to attend the State convention which meets in the city of Nashville, on ...

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